Anafujiri Remet was a three-year-old toddler who lived in Nigeria, in the city of Lagos. His parents gave him a more affectionate name, Fujii.
Fugii loved photography and never parted with the camera. The little boy photographed everything he thought was interesting.
Fugii took photos of his family members and, in general, captured whatever moments he found necessary and beautiful.
As he was small, he took his photos in an unusual way, from the bottom up.
Fugii’s parents were painters and his sisters also loved painting and photography.
They didn’t hide the camera and didn’t think the kid could break it. They allowed Fujii to act according to his will.
His parents noticed that their son has a talent for capturing everything interesting and original. Then the whole town started talking about the little photographer.
And finally, the international news service CNN became interested in the boy, when his father, Pius Kugbere Remet, posted his son’s photos to their website.
CNN prepared a report on the boy and published it along with his photos on its website.
So, in 2013, in Lagos, in his hometown, the first exhibition of Anafujiri Remet was organized.
In an interview, the boy’s father said: “I hope my son becomes more than an amateur photographer and uses his
possibilities and qualities to create masterpieces for humanity.”